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gubernator

(ˈɡjuːbəˌneɪtə)
n
a governor
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In More's association of prayer with alert captains, he expands upon the piloting metaphor for governance that he employs most famously in his Utopia, which urges political engagement and service because "you must not abandon the ship in a storm because you cannot control the winds." (42) In De Tristitia, the Latin term for Miller's "ship's captain" is gubernator or helmsman.